LIFDCLow-Income, Food-Deficit Countries
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But, somewhere in their policy design, they appear to create niches to keep the issue alive and use it to divide the world into well-defined zones like the third world, LIFDC (Low-Income Food-Deficit Countries) etc.
Prices of wheat and wheat flour have already increased markedly in July and August in some LIFDCs, including Afghanistan (24 percent on average), Mongolia (23 percent), Tajikistan (22 percent), Bangladesh (21 percent), Kyrgyzstan (19 percent), and Pakistan (8 percent on average in the first week of September).